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Bill Whittle Throws Down the Gauntlet

This is his finest Afterburner yet and that’s saying something.

In ‘Merchants of Despair’ he catalogs all of the major misdeeds and malevolence of the Obama administration and at the end he speaks to you conservatives that sit on the couch on election day.

How do we find these bellyaching nonpartisipants, register them to vote and get them to the polls this November? That is the challenge and the only solution to our national despair.

And of course, as I always do when I post a new Whittle video, I urge you to go to PJTV and become a subscriber.

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Obama’s El Paso Infomercial

I just received an update from Andrew Malcolm at The LA Times;

No wonder the president’s El Paso remarks sounded like a campaign speech. They were. By evening a video of the complete 24-minute speech from MSNBC’s broadcast had been distributed to millions of Obama supporters via email. Along with, of course, the opportunity to donate in U.S. funds.

The president insists on using tax dollars to produce political fundraising videos, this is reprehensible and at the same time sadly predictable. The Obama campaign website also featured this laughable quote;

So we’re going to keep up the fight for the Dream Act. We’re going to keep up the fight for reform. And that’s where you come in. I will do my part to lead a constructive and civil debate on these issues.

I seem to remember the Obama brand of civil debate back during the 2010 Nevada Senatorial campaign;

“If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, we’re going to punish our enemies and we’re going to reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us, if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s going to be harder — and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2,” – Barack Obama

 

Speaking of unsustainable

Roy Beck of NumbersUSA analyzes and forecasts US population to the end of this century, showing how Congress’ role in changing immigration and enforcement policies since 1970 have resulted in a dramatically negative impact on US population growth. Nothing like a visual representation to bring it into perspective. But the political class doesn’t seem to care one wit.

Mr. Beck also takes on the pro-Illegal politicians and the Cato Institute’s assertion that illegals are only doing the work that American citizens won’t do by illustrating what happened to Chipotle restaurants after the government audit of illegals in that chain which drove out the illegals.

Americans took those jobs.

Chipotle has apparently had no trouble hiring Americans to fill all those positions. It looks like Americans indeed will grill the chicken, pork and beef and wrap them with your choice of ingredients.

 
 

Black Democrat “steps in it” then expects a hispanic to clean it up.

South Carolina State Senator, Robert Ford D-SC exercised his freedom of speech today on the Statehouse floor.  But the Senator, who ran unsuccessfully for Governor last year, may have exceeded the “extended” boundaries that Democrats can usually expect to enjoy.  While discussing the Palmetto State’s legislative efforts to pass an aggressive, tougher state immigration policy, akin to the “controversial” Arizona law passed last year, “Sen. Ford complained such a position would hurt South Carolina because blacks and whites don’t work as hard as Hispanics.” (Source: Yahoo News)

These comments elicited what Yahoo termed a “smattering of nervous laughter”.  The kind of nervous laughter usually reserved for anything that comes out of Jake Knotts’ mouth, I might add.   But for those who thought that the good Senator may have misspoke, Ford went on, offering THIS by way of an  historical foundation to his shaky allegation,  ” once his ancestors were freed from slavery, he said, they didn’t want to do any more hard work, so they were replaced by Chinese and Japanese.”  Can’t you just picture this phrase etched on the back of a grainy old photograph or one of the Senator’s treasured heirlooms?  Maybe pressed into a book with a lock of a Senator Ford’s baby hair?  I can’t.

Well, that MIGHT explain Nissan and Toyota springing from the “biblical loins” of the UAW, but I’m not sure about further historical significance.    Since Chris Matthews or Ed Schultz wouldn’t be caught DEAD in South Carolina, Sen. Ford was on his own. “The brothers are going to find ways to take a break.  Ever since this country was built, we’ve had somebody do the work for us”, said Ford.  For those playing the Good ‘Ol Boys Network board game at HOME, “brothers” is African-American Democrat Slang for “constituents.”   Deaf to his Democrat “brothers” on the floor, begging him to yield his remaining time, Sen. Ford went from bad to worse, detailing another personal story about “four workers in the country illegally (who) showed up on his lawn and finished mowing, edging and other work in 30 minutes that would take others much longer, and only wanted $10 for the job.”   This puts an odd twist on the Democrat devotion to minimum wage reform.

If you’re having difficulty absorbing just the dizzying pace of this story,   so was state GOP chairman, Joel Sawyer who called Ford’s comments, “abhorrent and incredibly offensive” but also wanted the number of the aforementioned Yard Service.   Sawyer also positively identified the racist tone of these remarks.

But in flexing his African American extended freedom of speech rights in America, Senator Ford forcefully blunted any criticism that might follow his address today, urging his colleagues to “get over it” and “not take things so seriously.”   Bravo, Senator. 

The NAACP summed up Ford’s comments as an “unfortunate choice of words.”  This was the expected call for restraint NEVER extended to Republicans.   Just coming within six degrees of implying something like this can cost a Republican his livelihood.   The double-standard goes on in America.  Look for absolutely no repercussions from this. 

Except one, this “tougher, more aggressive, Arizona-style Immigration bill” WILL pass in South Carolina.  Despite the lowly SATs, the preponderance of Dead-Beat Dads, junkie-Moms, “Lizard-Man” sightings, and blind NASCAR devotion in the Palmetto State, I’m still proud to call this state my home.    We are still a conservative state at heart. Despite an overabundance of Senator Fords in South Carolina politics, this is STILL a great place to live. 

You Yankees, eat your heart out.   From the Batcave, this is your Garnet n Black Gadfly on the Wall.  

Arrivaderci, babies !

 
 

Journalistic Amnesty and The Society for Professional Journalists

As noted in a recent post on The Culture and Media Institutes website, the Society of Professional Journalists’ Diversity Committee has announced they are launching a campaign to educate journalists about the hurtfulness of phrases like “illegal immigrant,” which is the term currently preferred by the influential AP Stylebook.

The phrase “illegal Immigrant”  perfectly describes those people who have entered and settled in this country without abiding by our immigration laws and have willfully evaded the legal process. I am unclear on how this phrase is hurtful and I am certain  that if we were to use a synonymous phrase like “unlawful settler” or “criminal incomer” it would not be more or less hurtful. However the SPJ’s Diversity Committee does not recommend a synonymous phrase, they wish to twist the language, to control the narrative, to use phraseology which would grant journalistic amnesty to those “illicit aliens”.

The SPJ’s Diversity Committeee insists that because in America the legal system presumes that one is innocent until proven guilty, journalist use the phrase “undocumented immigrant”.  “Undocumented” is not the same as illegal, it is a word that falls short of defining the situation and is intentionally ambiguous. It implies that “undocumented immigrants” are not necessarily illegal. In a sane world this is not troubling and a quick verification process would settle the issue but in our current environment where any suggestion to produce documentation is equated to the Nazi  demand to see your papers the end result is amnesty. Undocumented immigrants are innocent until proven guilty and only a racist nazi would insult them by demanding they produce documentation.

 

Another Drunken Driving Illegal Alien Kills Virginian

                                                     Suarez                                       Bohr

According to the Richmond Times Dispatch yet another illegal alien has been charged with DUI Manslaughter after a collision in Virginia on Friday. Casey Ryan Bohr, 23 of King William County was killed when another vehicle entered his lane and sideswiped his vehicle forcing it off of the road. Sheriff’s officials charged Feliciano Aquas Suarez, 39, with driving under the influence and driving without a license. Suarez said he was from Mexico and was in the USA illegally.

This is reminiscent of the case this past summer of the Twenty-three-year-old Carlos Martinelly Montano who was charged with drunken driving, involuntary manslaughter and felony driving on a revoked license after his car crossed a median and struck a car carrying three nuns killing one and critically injuring two others.

I believe this is a result of our failure to enforce the immigration laws  When people are allowed to disregard our immigration laws they then have very little regard for any of our laws and honest law-abiding citizens like Casey Ryan Bohr and Sister Denise Mosier and their families pay the price.

 
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Posted by on November 28, 2010 in Illegal Immigration

 

Battle for Alaska: Men in Black Edition

Yesterday an Alaskan Superior Court Judge dealt incumbent Senator Leeza MooKowSkee a severe blow by not allowing election officials the ability to provide voters with information on the write-in candidates.

Fast forward to today and that ruling was overruled by the Alaska Supreme Court while you slept.

Is the Alaska Division of Elections acting as advocates for the Senator?

The high court ruled quickly after attorneys for the state Division of Elections petitioned for a review of a ruling issued earlier Wednesday by Anchorage Superior Court Judge Frank A. Pfiffner.

We’re 5 days before the election and lots of very dubious events are happening not just in Alaska, but because of Court rulings in Arizona on voter ID requirements, Harry Reid’s son and the SEIU seem to be conspiring to steal the election in Nevada, strange ballot episodes in North Carolina and other peculiarities are occurring.

 
 
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